A Ukrainian ex-investigator general has told the BBC there is no explanation behind his nation to explore President Donald Trump’s political opponent Joe Biden.

Yuriy Lutsenko said any examination concerning Mr Biden and his child would need to begin in the US.

“I don’t have the foggiest idea about any motivation to examine Joe Biden or Hunter Biden as per Ukrainian law,” he said.

Mr Trump’s endeavors to have Ukraine research the pair provoked a denunciation request by the Democrats.

A transcript of a call Mr Trump made to Ukraine’s new President Volodymyr Zelensky on 25 July demonstrates he encouraged him to explore disparaged defilement claims against Mr Biden and his child.

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Mr Zelensky (left) met Donald Trump at the UN General Assembly in New York on Wednesday

Mr Trump and his partners have been recommending that Mr Biden, as Barack Obama’s VP, supported the terminating of Ukraine’s top examiner, Viktor Shokin, in light of the fact that he had been exploring Ukrainian petroleum gas organization Burisma, which utilized Hunter Biden.

Tracker Biden turned into an executive at Burisma in 2014, while his dad held a key job in US approach towards Ukraine.

Mr Biden is right now leader to be the Democrat to take on Mr Trump in the November 2020 presidential political race.

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